whosfuckingbad:

maltese-vulcan:

french-verbz:

Well now I can correctly moonwalk away from uncomfortable situations

Because everyone deserves to know how to do a mean moonwalk.

guYS THIS IS IMPORTANT

…..yeah I tried that for 15 minutes after seeing it. I know I’m not the only one. 

(via homelife-is-a-drag)

colaeuphoria:

robin you stupid fuck

(via reaprar)

adoublep:

A Double P Review: harbour 2 from STM

I usually forgo putting any type of case or protective screen on my smartphones because over the years I’ve learned to trust my ability to handle expensive electronics. For the longest time I viewed cases as accessories for those who had kids or tend to drop anything in their hands. Lately I’ve taken a different approach on this theory. I don’t know why it took me this long to realize but cases are a great way to breath new life into your smartphone by changing the appearance of your device without having to do hardware modifications to the case. I know it sounds silly but I do get bored with the way my iPhone 5 looks from time to time. Luckily there are a plethora of case makers out there for me to choose from.

Recently I’ve had the opportunity to try out a slim case from STM called the harbour 2 for the iPhone 5/5s. The construction of the case is pretty impressive offering a soft rubber material in the inside that prevents scratches to your phone and a hard shell on the outside that has a nice feel in your hands and seems to be fingerprint resistant. The case also features a hinged bottom flap to allow you to dock your iPhone or allow nonstandard chargers without completely removing the case. I’ve had the case on for about 3 weeks and have had no issues with it whatsoever. It’s slim enough that it doesn’t add any bulk to the phone and it’s substantial enough that I’m not worried about dropping it on the ground. The hinged bottom is very sturdy and locks into place when you close it. Apparently you can use the hinge as a stand while the phone is in the case but I can’t think of a reason anyone would do such a thing. I tried it a few different times and found the execution to be less that desirable. Regardless of that feature, the case is great at being a non-bulky addition to your iPhone.

Now that I’ve come to the epiphany that cases can add a layer of customization to your phone, I’m going to probably stock up on a few variations of this case. Currently I have the charcoal/orange case but I might try out the emerald/lime color STM offers. If you’re looking for a great way to either protect your phone or give it a different color pallet, the harbour 2 is a great case to look into.

harbour 2 for iPhone 5/5s

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A Double P Review: ChargeKey from NOMAD

Let’s be honest, the battery life on most mobile devices is horrible. Remember when you could use your phone for days without having to charger it at all? Granted, the phones we have today are vastly superior to even some computers we were using 10 years ago. Nevertheless the fact remains: I’m constantly charging my phone when I’m out away from my home. I have an elaborate schedule for regularly charging my phone when I’m at work and driving to/from home during the week. I have to do this so I’m not caught in the “wild” with a device slowly awaiting death. Even with this planned schedule, there are times where I’m without my charger in a location where three’s no lightning cable insight. That’s where the ChargeKey comes into play. 

There are three things I always have on me at any given time: my iPhone, my wallet, and my car keys. Now I can add a lightning cable to the list thanks to the ChargeKey. One end of the cable is your standard USB port and the other will be your choice of connection: lightning or micro USB. Imagine if you had a key on your at anytime that had the ability to charge your phone or any other mobile device for that matter. That’s essentially what the ChargeKey offers and it’s pretty great. As I was using it through my work day, many people asked me why the cable was so short. As I showed them where I kept the cable at all times, on my keychain, they instantly understood and inquired on where it was purchased. The beauty of the ChargeKey is that it’s durable and compact enough to stay on my keychain and flexible enough to be used in virtually any USB port. 

I had absolutely no issues with using the cable in and I can easily recommend the ChargeKey as a perfect companion to any mobile device you or a loved one might have. If you’re in the market for an extra lightning or micro USB cable, I would highly suggest giving thought to purchasing a ChargeKey for the convenience factor it provides. 

ChargeKey Lightning Cable || Micro USB

polygondotcom:

Mario Kart kiddie rider is ready to roll
Looking for some new wheels? A ride that will turn a few heads in your neighborhood?
Maybe it’s time to consider Jakks Pacific’s Super Mario Kart Ride-On Vehicle, due to hit the roads this summer. The replica of Mario’s kart is a rechargeable ride-on which can hold up to 70 pounds and features a horn that toots various sounds from Mario Kart 7.
(Link to the full story)

Had to fight the urge to buy this. 

polygondotcom:

Mario Kart kiddie rider is ready to roll

Looking for some new wheels? A ride that will turn a few heads in your neighborhood?

Maybe it’s time to consider Jakks Pacific’s Super Mario Kart Ride-On Vehicle, due to hit the roads this summer. The replica of Mario’s kart is a rechargeable ride-on which can hold up to 70 pounds and features a horn that toots various sounds from Mario Kart 7.

(Link to the full story)

Had to fight the urge to buy this. 

I’ve entered and deleted text in this box 15 times. I’ll just go with these two sentences. 

I’ve entered and deleted text in this box 15 times. I’ll just go with these two sentences. 

(via taumpytears)

adoublep:

Threes!

Device: iDevices

A Double P Review: Threes

For the longest time Drop7 was the game I played everyday for at least two years. The simplicity in the game made it accessible to beginners and the complexity is what kept me coming back for more. I honestly believe that there was no way that someone would be able to make a puzzle game as great as Drop7 in my life time. Boy was I wrong.

Threes! is the latest game from the team that brought us Puzzle Juice. While Puzzle Juice was great for what it was, a unique word puzzle game, Threes blows that and other puzzle games out of the water. The game play is centered around combining specific numbers to create larger ones that will aid in getting you a higher score on the leaderboards. You start off by combining 1s and 2s to get your 3s. From there you will start combining the same numbers until you have no more moves on the board. For beginners, all you have to remember is blue combines with red and then the same numbers combine with each other. It sounds easy, which it is, but getting the higher tiers of numbers is where the challenge comes in. I’m addicted to this game and I’m okay with that. 

There are no in-app purchases, only one endless challenge mode, and will engage your mind instantly with hours of entertainment. Threes! proved me wrong in being a puzzle game that is far superior than any other puzzle game I’ve played in years. Believe the hype and download Threes! today. 

Price: $1.99 for a limited time
iTunes

Still addicted to this game even though I’m horrible. 

adoublep:

Stick Sammy Screamer - Motion Alarm

A cute little movement sensor that’s controlled by your smartphone. Sammy lets you keep an eye on your stuff.

Stick Sammy on the stuff you want to keep an eye on - like a door, a bag, a kid’s buggy or your fridge. Use the BleepBleeps app to set Sammy’s sensitivity andvolume. Then if your stuff gets moved Sammy screams and sends a notification to your smartphone

Back this Project on Kickstarter

My daughter just learned the art of opening doors about 2 months ago. This is something I need and didn’t think existed until today. Need is a strong word, maybe I just really want it.